Andrés Bratt-Leal

SVP, Research & Development at Aspen Neuroscience

Andrés is the Co-Founder and leads the research and development at Aspen Neuroscience. He served as a post-doctoral fellow in Jeanne Loring’s lab where he helped develop the core technology producing dopaminergic neurons from iPSCs that formed the basis for the creation of Aspen. Andrés also served as Senior Science Advisor and Director of Research and Development at Summit for Stem Cell Foundation during which he led a team on the pre-clinical development of an autologous cell-based cell therapy for Parkinson disease. Andrés obtained his PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and his BS in Bioengineering from the University of Washington.


  • SVP, Research & Development

    Current role